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Stateline. ABC TV. July 14th.

By stateline 14 July 2006 12

Mark Bannerman presents:

* The disputed territory of Fyshwick. Was the auction fair? Terry Snow and Simon Corbell go head to head.
* World War 2 flying ace, Clive Caldwell, finally gets his place in the sun.
* The role played by Canberra in the seminal works of three of Australia’s greatest painters.

Friday at 7.30. Repeated at noon on Saturday.

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Ari 3:48 pm 17 Jul 06

You’re kidding, Chris.

Incompetence hasn’t stopped anyone in the town council prospering.

Chris S 3:43 pm 17 Jul 06

It looks like Terry “The Terminator” Snow is about to terminate Simon’s political career.

bonfire 1:13 pm 17 Jul 06

umm real current affairs, not neuroses r us presented by naomi and tracey.

bonfire 1:13 pm 17 Jul 06

ive started digitally recording all these types of shows and fast forwarding through them. i dont have to endure 12 mins of nimby whinges if i dont want to, and i get through a weeks current affairs in about 2 hours.

Thumper 12:47 pm 17 Jul 06

Thanks Bonfire,

I tend to be out on Friday nights and working on Saturdays so I miss it.

bonfire 11:54 am 17 Jul 06

thumper – abc digital 2 replays stateline act over the weekend and on sunday night. it also replays all other states statelines, which can be an interesting way to kill 3 hours.

terubo 11:49 am 17 Jul 06

Yeah, shame about the false advertising. However, the other two stories in the show were great and for what it’s worth, I’d like to congratulate the team…

Thumper 8:40 am 17 Jul 06

Oh, and the Snow/ Corbell head to head thing was anything but.

Snow had some letters and said he was ripped off. Corbell just kept chanting the same line that everyone was dealt with equitably.

I somehow got the feeling though, that Snow was right and Corbell was, well, maybe not lying, but being rather liberal with the truth.

And it wasn’t face to face, it was two seperate interviews by Catherine Garrett.

It also struck me that Stateline could be so much more interesting if they extended it to an hour and lengthened the interviews and segments. I’d also like to see it replayed on a Monday night as well, as Fridays are out, and Sauturdays I’m usually busy, which I guess would be the same for most in the territory….

Thumper 8:37 am 17 Jul 06

Clive Caldwell issue was interesting. I was talking to an ex WWII RAAFie on ANZAC Day who knew Caldwell up in Darwin and he was telling us about the sly grog deal he had going with the Septics.

Its a pity such a man had his service downgraded due to something as trivial as this, given Ned Kelly became a legend for killing and robbing people.

The recent book on Caldwell looks interesting. I may buy it.

Swaggie 5:48 pm 15 Jul 06

Head to Head? They must have redefined the meaning of this phrase since I last read it.

terubo 4:53 pm 14 Jul 06

Let’s hope “head to head” means what it says: both of them in the studio together (and preferably live-to-air).

Chris S 4:35 pm 14 Jul 06

We’ll see Seven-Storey Simon “spinning” like a top, and Terry Snow feigning indignation because he’s been done out of a nice big profit.

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